Top 7 Christmas Gifts For Dogs
Not sure what to get the dog who has everything? We have you covered. From light up toys to personalized gifts these Christmas gifts for dogs are sure to bring hours (or minutes depending on your dog) of fun!
1. Nite Ize Flashflight LED Dog Discuit
Have a dog who loves to be outside but struggle to find that pesky Frisbee? Look no further! This Discuit lights up and is easy to spot not only in the snow but also when it’s darker outside.
2. Advent Calendar
Most pet stores, large box stores included, don’t list their annual advent calendars online unless they have a surplus of them. That means you’ll have to start checking stores around early November if you want to snag one of these hot ticket items. If you’re looking for a cat version of these, check out our Top 7 Christmas Gifts for Cats.
Honey I’m Home Countdown Christmas
Himalayan Pet Supply Best Friend’s Advent Calendar
3. Jiminy’s Cricket Protein Soft & Chewy Dog Training Treats
I’ll admit, I’ve tried one of these. Was it the best thing I’ve ever eaten? No. Was it the worst? Not by far. If you’re looking for a treat that uses a novel protein Jiminy’s Cricket treats might be for you as they use crickets as their protein source. They are perfect if somebody you know it getting a dog this holiday season as they’re the perfect size for training treats.
4. Spunky Pup Bow Blaster
You’ve heard of Chuckit! but have you heard of the Bow Blaster? It works like a slingshot and launches balls farther than you could with just your arm. Great for the dog who loves tennis balls.
This isn’t the same wine you buy off the shelf. Made with filtered water, organic bacon, and organic salmon oil this wine is 100% dog safe.
Also check out their DIY ice cream bar for both cats and dogs.
6. Personalized Letter Dog Toy
These cute personalized letter dog toys are sure to be a hit in any dogs stocking. Comes in two sizes for both small and large dogs.
7. HuggleHounds Christmas Toys
HuggleHound toys are best for dogs who are more gentle with their toys. Each year they release new Christmas and Hanukkah toys in all sizes. This year they’ll be replacing their Starlight Reindeer with a Starlight Unicorn.
Now that you’ve filled your pets stocking you probably don’t want to have to go and buy new toys for a bit. Here’s how you can keep your pets toys looking like new. Did you pick any of these toys up? Let us know in the comments or @WetNosesPetSitting.